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California Museum Legacy Trails: Remarkable Women

Multimedia profiles of fifteen famous women who were born in California or who made California their home. For each of these remarkable women, there is an overview of her life and contributions, a timeline, an album of photos, and a
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Multimedia profiles of fifteen famous women who were born in California or who made California their home. For each of these remarkable women, there is an overview of her life and contributions, a timeline, an album of photos, and a video. The list of women includes leaders in the arts, business, philanthropy, and science, such as Dorothea Lange, Bridget Mason, and Sally Ride. Users can also nominate their own California Remarkable Women for inclusion.

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